Each of the four Residential Colleges in Jockey Club Student Village III is headed by the College Master.
Each College Master is assisted by a team of live-in tutorial staff comprises Deputy Master, Senior Resident Tutor, Resident Tutors and Honorary Resident Tutors on the promotion of the intellectual development of students, pastoral duties and admission of residential members of the College.
Students may contact respective Colleges for matters concerning:
- Application for residential membership during regular terms
- Pastoral care matters, e.g. adaptation issues, conflicts among residents, etc.
- Events/ Functions of the College; High Table Dinners
The General Office, led by the Senior Site Manager, assists the College Masters on the overall administration and daily operations of the Student Village.
Residents may consult General Office for matters including but not limited to:
- Repair and maintenance of facilities
- Check-in/ check-out procedures
- Payments of lodging fees
- Housekeeping and cleaning services
- Security Services
- Application for residency during summer vacation
Please click HERE for the contact details of General Office.
The Governance Committee oversees the Residential Colleges and formulate policies governing the Residential Colleges for approval by the Committee on Student Affairs.
Membership of Governance Committee
- Chairman, appointed by the Senate from among senior academic staff of the University
- One representative of the Masters of the Residential Colleges elected from amongst the Masters of the Residential Colleges and appointed by the Senate
- Dean of Graduate School (ex-officio)
- Dean of Student Affairs (ex-officio)
- Two academic staff, appointed by the Senate
- Two community leaders, appointed by the Senate
- One undergraduate and one postgraduate student from the residents of the residential colleges nominated by the Residential Colleges
The Advisory Committees of each of the Colleges aim to advise the Colleges on the overall direction and development, as well as to assist the Colleges to establish effective networks and mobilize resources to achieve the Colleges’ aims.
Membership of Advisory Committee
- A member nominated by the donor of Endowment Fund
- Master of the Residential College (ex-officio)
- Two community members
- An academic staff at the grade of assistant professor or above from the University
- A staff of the Residential College amongst Deputy Master/Senior Resident Tutor/Resident Tutor
- One undergraduate and one postgraduate student from the residents of the Residential College nominated by the students of the Residential College
Neighborhood Liaison Group
The Liaison Group was set up in 2008 under the Working Party on Student Residences at Lung Wah Street. With the completion of the project in 2012, the Working Party was dissolved. The Liaison Group aims to maintain communication with nearby residents on the relationship between the Residential Colleges and the neighbourhood, as well as to facilitate the contribution of students of the Residential Colleges for the betterment of the community.
Membership of Liaison Group
- Chairman of the Governance Committee of the Residential Colleges or his/her representative
- Two Masters of the Residential Colleges or their representatives
- Dean of Student Affairs or his/her representative
- Two student representatives of the Residential Colleges
- Two representatives from Central and Western District Council
- Four representatives from nearby residents
- Secretary – Senior Site Manger of Jockey Club Student Village III
- (In attendance) A representative from the Central and Western District Office